All posts with the tag eCommerce Fraud
As the global eCommerce market grows and fraudster methodology evolves, new fraud management approaches and tools are being introduced at a fast pace. Trying to stay on top of developments in the eCommerce fraud prevention landscape can be overwhelming and time consuming.
Riskified is proud to present the eCommerce Fraud Solution Buyer’s Kit, a comprehensive series of resources designed to guide executives, decision makers, and procurement professionals through the process of assessing current fraud management performance and understanding which available approaches and solutions can best meet their needs.Read More
As consumers increasingly go online to make their purchases, luxury fashion retailers are poised to realize huge gains in eCommerce revenue. It’s estimated that the market for online luxury goods will be worth more than 20 billion euros by 2018. Moreover, the move towards digital purchases will only accelerate this trend. Last year, US consumers were expected to spend half of their budgets for luxury fashion and accessories online.
Riskified works with many luxury fashion businesses – including FarFetch, Vestiaire Collective, and Ssense. Our experience with these retailers has given us great insight into what card-not-present (CNP) fraud patterns look like within this industry. In this post, I share these insights and discuss what measures retailers can take to protect themselves without negatively impacting sales.Read More
Customer acquisition is tough work. Whether your online store does a few thousand or many million of dollars in monthly revenue, driving traffic to your site and converting visitors into loyal customers is no easy task. Many eCommerce merchants spend significant funds and resources on marketing to ensure the right people find their store and buy their merchandise. But did you know that many of those businesses are actually losing a meaningful percentage of their advertising budgets to eCommerce fraud?
You might think, ‘well, how does eCommerce fraud affect marketing budgets?’. Let’s look more closely at eCommerce fraud. According to the latest estimates, US-based eCommerce merchants lost over $3.4 billion in revenues due to fraud last year. That figure is set to double by 2018. While there are many eCommerce fraud prevention solutions available today, most still require human oversight and manual review of orders.Read More